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Return to Boiling Water for Burncourt and Ballylooby

Cllr Marie Murphy has informed Cahir News that the Boil Water Notice which had recently been lifted for the Burncourt Regional and Burncourt Ballylooby Public Water Supplies has been reinstated.

Uisce Éireann and Tipperary County Council have issued a Boil Water Notice with immediate effect to protect the health of approximately 3,790 consumers supplied by these schemes. This is due to the deterioration of raw water quality which has impacted the treatment processes at the water treatment plant. All consumers affected by this notice must boil their water before drinking.

The notice impacts customers in Burncourt, Ballyporeen, Clogheen, Ballylooby, Mitchelstown Road in Cahir, and surrounding areas. The notice also impacts customers on the Kiltankin and Clonmore South Group Water Schemes.

In addition to the Boil Water Notice, some customers may experience an outage or reduced water pressure. This has been caused by loss of production last night while crews were working to try and address the treatment issues.

Alternative water supplies will be available at the following locations and are expected to be in place by early afternoon: adjacent to the BMW Garage, Cahir; Ballyporeen Shop Carpark, Clogheen Church, Skeheenarinky National School, Burncourt Church and Ballylooby Church.